Global Fund RfP: Strengthening the Capacity of Key Populations Networks to Meaningfully Engage in Global Fund Related Processes (TGF-17-080)

Request for proposal (RFP) Closing Date: 19 June 2017
The Global Fund is calling for proposals, to effectively strengthen the capacity of key populations in the context of HIV to meaningfully engage in Global Fund related processes. The RFP is to identify global peer based and led key population networks with appropriate technical expertise from the following key populations:

  • Gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men
  • People who use drugs
  • Sex workers
  • Trans people
  • Young key populations
  • People Living with HIV, including women and youth living with HIV

The provision of grants to awarded networks and/or consortia of networks will be guided by three primary objectives:

  1. Strengthening global networks to support their country level constituencies in effectively engaging in Global Fund and related processes during the whole grant cycle
  2. Developing the capacity of marginalised and criminalised networks and communities to effectively and safely engage in all Global Fund and related processes
  3. Strengthening of key populations’ capacity to advocate for increased investment in rights-based and community responsive programs, as well as effective community led, rights and gender related programming within Global Fund grants.

Priority contexts within the following regions include:

  • Asia and Pacific
  • Middle East and North Africa
  • Sub-Saharan Africa
  • Eastern Europe and Central Asia
  • Latin America and the Caribbean


Proposal Submission Address: By E-mail to, and Orion Yeandel at

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